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November 21, 2011 | By Alex Quigley, For RedEye
Jay Cutler could kick your ass. Let's just get that out of the way. He's an NFL quarterback, paid very well to stay in peak physical shape, and unless you're a war vet or cancer survivor, he's probably dealt with a hell of a lot more pain than you. After watching the beating he's taken on gamedays recently (sacked 75 times since the start of 2010, more than anyone on Earth), you'd think every Bears fan would respect Cutler's ability to play through pain. The man did indeed tear his MCL in the NFC Championship game in January, even if you heard from a friend of a friend who works for the Bears that "he...
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November 21, 2011 | By Alex Quigley, For RedEye
Jay Cutler could kick your ass. Let's just get that out of the way. He's an NFL quarterback, paid very well to stay in peak physical shape, and unless you're a war vet or cancer survivor, he's probably dealt with a hell of a lot more pain than you. After watching the beating he's taken on gamedays recently (sacked 75 times since the start of 2010, more than anyone on Earth), you'd think every Bears fan would respect Cutler's ability to play through pain. The man did indeed tear his MCL in the NFC Championship game in January, even if you heard from a friend of a friend who works for the Bears that "he...
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December 5, 2011 | RedEye
Like clockwork Monday, the Brett Favre rumors began. It happened when Philadelphia was in search of a backup quarterback this summer. It happened when Indianapolis lost Peyton Manning before the season began. It happened when Houston lost starter Matt Schaub a few weeks ago. And it happened when the Bears lost Jay Cutler. ESPN reported Monday that a "source" in the Favre camp said the 42-year-old quarterback would listen if the Bears called him. He shouldn't expect his phone to ring anytime soon.
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August 16, 2012 | By Bag Boy and For RedEye
I have seen the future. It is here, and it is bleak. I hate to use actual numbers, because we're more about the feel of things, but this is painful. Your future Cubs. Brett Jackson has struck out like 18 times in 32 at-bats (a .563 average!). Josh Vitters, the third baseman of the present/future, or "the new Gary Scott," is hitting roughly .100. Starlin Castro, the shortstop of the present/future/never, has taken a nosedive since June. Wait, there's more! Matt Garza, your stud pitcher, is done for the year.
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March 26, 2013 | By Bryan Crawford, @BryanCraw4D and For RedEye
Waiting for Derrick Rose to come back to the basketball court is the ultimate test of patience for Bulls fans. The end of the 2012-13 regular season is almost here, and the closest anyone has gotten to seeing D-Rose play has been in practice and during pregame shootarounds. Everyone wants to know: When is Rose is coming back? Sportswriters get that question from friends and family a few times a day, if they're lucky. On most days, it's more. So you might think for Rose's teammates, the questions about when he's coming back would be a huge distraction.
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